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My DSS, NJC story, N632m allegedly traced to my bank account – Ex-Enugu CJ

Justice Innocent Umezulike, the compulsorily retired Chief Judge of Enugu State, was a professor of law before going into the Bench. He was among the judges whose houses were recently raided by the Department of State Security, DSS, in an operation, before he was recommended by the National Judiciary Council, NJC, for retirement. In this interview, he narrates the events that led to his forced retirement, the N632 million reportedly traced to his bank account by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and other alleged controversies around his tenure as Chief Judge.

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Buhari’s leave: Why Osinbajo will watch his back

It was one of the most horrendous experiences in recent American political history. A supposedly deranged American, John Hinckley Jr, in 1981 so wanted to impress star actress, Jodie Foster who he had a crush on, and thought the best way to show his prowess was to kill President Ronald Reagan. Thankfully, Mr. Hinckley’s infamous crave was not fully realised, but his action inevitably threw up an interesting drama that has remained a defining point in political ambition.

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Why El-Rufai, Shehu Sani are fighting in Kaduna – Bello

Hon. Ibrahim Bello Rigachikun, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC was the Deputy Chairman, House Committee on Cooperation and Integration in Africa/NEPAD in the 7th National Assembly and is presently a private legal practitioner. He is also the National Chairman of the Buhari Like-Minds Movement of Nigeria. In this interview, with Vanguard’s Dirisu Yakubu, he bares his mind on the lingering feud between Governor Nasir El-Rufai and Senator Shehu Sani, the Southern Kaduna killings among other issues.

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